- Height: 5’10”
- Birthdate: Oct. 7
- Nationality: Canadian and American
- Hometown: Pickering, Ontario, Canada
- Current Residence: USA
- Team: Saucony, Scott Bikes
- Coach: Tim Crowley
- Year Turned Pro: 1999
- Career Highlights:
- 1st Memphis in May (2008)
- 1st 5150 Washington (2011)
- 2nd in the Life Time Fitness Triathlon Series (2011)
Before I was a professional triathlete, I was …. A kid! I’ve been a professional triathlete since I was 14 years old.
Describe your introduction to triathlon: I did my first triathlon in Clarington, Ontario with some friends on my swim team. I crashed badly dismounting my super awesome mountain bike, but I finished the race and came in fifth.
Who has influenced your triathlon career the most/and how? – Barrie Shepley because he found me racing Kids of Steel races in Ontario when I was 13 and introduced me to ITU races. While living in Ontario, Eon D’Ornellas and Aubrey Bryce taught me how to ride my bike and ride it fast. Lorene Hatelt was my mentor and helped guide me through my teen years while being a professional triathlete. My husband Jarrod Shoemaker; I planned on retiring the year I met him and he showed me how to enjoy myself and have fun in the sport while doing it professionally.
Which event do you most look forward to each year and why? The Clermont Draft Legal Challenge that Jarrod is the race director for and Sara McLarty’s annual open water swim.
What do you consider your biggest accomplishment as a triathlete? Placing second in the Life Time Fitness Triathlon Series in 2011.
Training partners: Jarrod Shoemaker, Sara McLarty, Sarah Haskins, Jen Tetrick, Sean Jefferson, Omar Nour, Nic Tutiva.
- Twitter: Follow @AliciaKayeTri
- More Info: http://www.aliciakaye.blogspot.com
- Image by: Photo: Paul Phillips
Alicia Kaye - Triathlete.comArticles: Alicia Kaye - Triathlete.com Americans Cameron Dye and Alicia Kaye each found the lead on the bike and then held it to the finish line in Philly.
Alicia Kaye: “It Excites Me To Race The Best”Kaye finished fourth in Oceanside. Photo: John David Becker. The former short-course specialist not intimidated by depth of 70.3 field in St. George.
Dye, Kaye Win 32nd Annual St. Anthony’s TriathlonKaye and Dye pose after their wins. Americans Cameron Dye and Alicia Kaye returned to their non-drafting, Olympic-distance racing roots today at the St ...
Joe Maloy, Alicia Kaye Victorious At Life Time Tri OceansideAlicia Kaye wins the Oceanside title and overall series. Photo: Rich Cruse; Joe Maloy caps off a stellar month with the Oceanside win. Photo: Rich Cruse
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Collins, Kaye Win Life Time Tri Minneapolis - Triathlete.comAmericans Ben Collins and Alicia Kaye took the victories at today’s Life Time Tri Minneapolis race.
Collins, Kaye Win New York City TriathlonBen Collins crossed just ahead of Alicia Kaye. Photo: NYC Triathlon/Rubenstein; Kaye dominated the women's competition. Photo: NYC Triathlon/Rubenstein
Bennett, Kaye Win Transamerica Chicago TriathlonAustralia’s Greg Bennett and the United States’ Alicia Kaye earned the victories at today’s Transamerica Chicago Triathlon.
Dye, Kaye On Top At 10th Anniversary TriRock PhiladelphiaCameron Dye claimed his third-straight Philly victory, while Alicia Kaye once again showed her strength at the distance with a dominant win.